Thomson’s 6th Annual Digital Financial Services Symposium

New Constructs is proud to sponsor Thomson’s Digital Financial Services Symposium on May 23, 2017.

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Exec Comp Aligned With ROIC Model Portfolio: May 2017

Platinum Members and higher can access May’s Executive Compensation Aligned With ROIC Model Portfolio as of Wednesday, May 17.

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More Transparency For More Trust

We’ve added additional transparency to our company models so clients can more easily trace data and calculations to their sources in the original financial filings.

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Consumer Goods Firm With Quality Risk/Reward

With growing profitability, expansion into high margin segments, and a valuation implying permanent profit decline, this stock could significantly outperform moving forward.

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ICYMI: New Long Idea, High Profile Warnings Prove Prescient, and Model Portfolio Updates

Here’s what happened at New Constructs this past week.

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Webinar: “New Age” Analysis – Equity and Fixed Income Research Synergies

Looking for forensic accounting diligence in footnotes and other disclosures to improve risk management? Get answers to this topic and more from New Constructs and Viola Risk Advisors’ co-hosted webinar.

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New Features & Enhancements

We’re constantly looking for ways to improve our research offerings and make using/accessing our research as easy as possible. To that end, we’ve made many improvements throughout 2017.

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New Stocks on Most Attractive/Most Dangerous: May 2017

Our Most Attractive Stocks (+4.0%) outperformed the S&P 500 (+1.5%) last month and our Most Dangerous Stocks (+2.5%) underperformed the S&P 500 (+1.5%) last month. See two of the additions to this month’s model portfolio.

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GAAP-Based Return on Invested Capital: Explanation & Examples

GAAP-based ROIC is based on a simplified after-tax profit (NOPAT) and invested capital that can easily be calculated using only the income statement and balance sheet.

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Danger Zone Update: Pandora Media (P)

Danger Zone Pick, Pandora Media, down 18% since publish date (S&P up 1% over same time), recently announced it is looking into “strategic alternatives, including a possible sale.” Accordingly, we think the downside risk here is diminished and are closing this position.

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Undervalued Industry Leader with a 5% Yield

Given the company’s industry leading position, solid fundamentals and attractive stock valuation, we view it as a preferable alternative to traditional competitors in its industry.

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A Cautionary Tale on Sell-Side Ratings

A recent analysis reported that the percentage of newly issued ratings of “sell” or “underweight” was only 5% of the total. This phenomenon is not new to regular market followers, and it was on full display surrounding the IPO of Snapchat (SNAP).

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ICYMI: New Long Idea, Updated Model Portfolios for Stocks and ETFs & Mutual Funds

Here’s what happened at New Constructs this past week.

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Webinar: “New-Age” Analysis – Hard-Core Equity Valuation Tools for Fixed Income Outperformance

Join New Constructs and Viola Risk Advisors’ co-hosted webinar on Wednesday, May 10, at 11am EST.

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How to Avoid the Worst Style Mutual Funds 2Q17

The large number of mutual funds has little to do with serving investors’ best interests. Here are three red flags investors can use to avoid the worst mutual funds.

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How to Avoid the Worst Style ETFs 2Q17

The large number of ETFs has little to do with serving investors’ best interests. Here are three red flags investors can use to avoid the worst ETFs.

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How to Avoid the Worst Sector Mutual Funds 2Q17

The large number of mutual funds has little to do with serving investors’ best interests. Here are three red flags investors can use to avoid the worst mutual funds.

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How to Avoid the Worst Sector ETFs 2Q17

The large number of ETFs has little to do with serving investors’ best interests. Here are three red flags investors can use to avoid the worst ETFs.

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The Earnings Recovery Is A Sham

Our analysis of the latest 10-K filings for the 2,600 largest and most actively-traded companies shows that the much-hyped end to the earnings recession is an accounting illusion.

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How to Find the Best Sector Mutual Funds 2Q17

Finding the best mutual funds is an increasingly difficult task in a world with so many to choose from. How can you pick with so many choices available?

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